The best spas is Europe

The so-called wellness and health tourism is getting really popular around the world. The spas are places in areas that have specific geographical features. These areas usually have specific climate or landscape and they are usually located near springs with mineral water that many consider to have positive impact on human health. Most of the best spas in the world are located in Europe. People travel to these spas in every period of the year in order to improve their health and of course relax.

One of the most attractive spas is located in the Czech Republic. Karlovy Vary was once used by Beethoven who was looking for a way to relax and find inspiration for his work. Karlovy Vary is actually a picturesque city known for its hot springs that can reach a temperature of up to 70 Celsius degrees (the temperature starts from 38 degrees).

The capital of Iceland – Reykjavik is another place that is popular among tourists who look for spas. Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is surely on the top of the list of the best spas not only in Iceland but in Europe too. It is located on a place with stoned lava. The spa is popular because of the healing water and mud in it.

Monte Carlo is famous for many things and “Term maren de Monte Carlo” is one of them. This sea spa in Monte Carlo provides a stunning view on the ocean and it offers healing cosmetic treatments and mineral mud treatments for its guests. Sea water is used as part of each treatment.

Merano is a natural spa located in the Italian Dolomites and people first started using it in the beginning of the 19th century. A bath taken in the thermal water in Merano combined with fresh flowers can make you relaxed and it can also improve the appearance of your skin.

Széchenyi thermal bath is the most popular spa in Hungary. It is also one of the biggest spas in Europe. The water in this natural gem is rich in calcium and magnesium which is especially helpful for people suffering from arthritis.

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